Technip, Jumbo Offshore complete White Rose field subsea installation

On June 20, Technip, supported by Jumbo Offshore, completed the installation of four subsea structures including two Module Support Frames each weighing approximately 150 metric tons (165 tons) on the White Rose field, offshore Newfoundland.

Offshore staff

ROTTERDAM, Netherlands --- On June 20, Technip, supported by Jumbo Offshore, completed the installation of four subsea structures including two Module Support Frames each weighing approximately 150 metric tons (165 tons) on the White Rose field, offshore Newfoundland. The foundations were lowered to the Grand Banks seafloor at a depth of approximately 120 m (394 ft) and will support subsea manifolds and flowlines that are part of a multiple well tie-back.

The offshore works were designed as a coordinated program of tasks centered on the crane capacity of the HLV Jumbo Javelin, but controlled by subsea survey and work class ROV operations based on one of Technip’s vessels, the Deep Pioneer.

07/21/2009

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